Natural plant cattle feed spirulina for cattle feed additives

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Phytogenic feed additives is source from natural herbals,which keeps the natural ingredients of herbas.It contains a certain amount of nutrients and unknow growth regulator.It complies with the production requirement of green livestock.It's a new optimalest,safest and healthiest feed additives.                                                            Antibiotics, as feed additives, bring great economic benefits to people, but also bring many negative effects, especially drug residues in livestock and poultry products. And natural plants contain immune active substances, which have the advantages of enhancing the immune function of the body, improving the ability of animals to resist stress and disease, improving the efficiency of animal production performance, no residue and not easy to produce drug resistance.

Product Description


Product Name Feed Spirulina
AppearanceDeep green powder 
Protein50% feed grade 
Particle Size100% pass 120-200mesh



Spirulina Powder  (1)


Spirulina is a Blue-green Cyanobacterium rich in Phytonutrients, Proteins, Mixed Carotenoid Pigments and Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA’s).


This the rare lipid, gamma-linolenic acid, GLA (18:3 omega-6). Used as a food supplement in both live and dry feeds, Spirulina provides an excellent source of nutritional enrichment for a wide variety of applications. 


Benefits1. Strengthen the immune system
2. Improve gastrointestinal health
3. Aid in detoxification
4. Reduce the rate of cancer
5. Help allergies




As Animal feed be used in poultry farming, be consumed by aquaculture raised fish and prawns, tropical fish, ornamental birds, horses and even cats and dogs.



Start with 1/8 teaspoon (per day) for every ten pounds of canine body weight. 





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